Sonic Soak: Portable Washing Machine That Uses Sonic Waves To Clean

If you always wanted a washing machine that you could carry with you, then your wish has just been heard. Sonic Soak is a microscopic-level cleaning device that uses modulated ultrasonic waves to get rid of dirt.

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Sonic Soak – how it works?

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The Sonic Soak is pretty easy to operate. It is completely hands-free cleaning, and all you need to get rid of the stains or dirt is a bowl of water and Sonic Soak (use of detergent or soap is optional). That’s it! The machine generates ultrasonic vibrations (high-pressure bubbles) at a rate of 50,000 per second using its 50-watt generator to purge your clothes of stains, odors and other blemishes.

This portable washing machine can easily handle up to 4 pounds of laundry, and can reach areas where most washers can’t. If you think that its powerful generator will give out high intensity sound, then you are mistaken, as it is surprisingly quiet. Moreover, you can also use it to clean jewelry, dishes, and more. It’s environmentally friendly as well as it uses about 40 times less water than other ordinary cleaning devices.

The Sonic Soak is a perfect fit for travelers as it is among the most compact washing devices available in the market. The device is smaller than an iPhone. This means you can pack it inside your suitcase, purse or briefcase.

There is nothing to doubt its authenticity as well. The product has already been on the market for a couple of years. It has raised about $3 million on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, and another 118 million yen (about $1 million) from a Japanese crowdfunding site called Makuake (2nd biggest crowdfunding campaign in Japanese history).

Initially, the device was available to pre-order at $125, but now you can get it for $150. The company says it can deliver the Sonic Soak worldwide. To order the Sonic Soak visit this link.

Disclosure: The company sent me the product for free in return for a review




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Aman Jain
Aman is MBA (Finance) with an experience on both Marketing and Finance side. He has worked as a Risk Analyst for AIR Worldwide, and is currently leading VeRa FinServ, a Financial Research firm. Favorite pastimes include watching science fiction movies, reviewing tech gadgets, playing PC games and cricket. - Email him at amanjain@valuewalk.com